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scientifically speaking, is it possible to wake up dead?
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>>10380891
Im no smartass. Just ur average brainlet browsing /sci/ to look smart, but to be "dead" you haft to be brain dead in medical terms right? And to wake up you need to be conscious. So no I guess? Correct me if im wrong please.
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>>10381782

Then explain how woke people die.

Checkmate.
B^)
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>>10380891
There us no such thing as "scientifically speaking," unless you're talking about methodology. Your question is exactly the same without that phrase.
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Only if you a zombie
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>>10380891
no brain cells die and begin to rot as soon as you stop breathing
the only possible way would perhaps be to "freeze" a person and scan their neuron structure to later re-create that same structure in a cyber-brain
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>>10381815
racism
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>>10383253
Took serious
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>>10380891
What? Brain death is not reversible.



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